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NANS PETERS: "Continue to make a difference

"I am happy to extend my commitment to the AG2R LA MONDIALE team until 2023. This is where I did my apprenticeship and this is the team where I want to continue to progress. On the momentum of my victory in the Tour de France, I want to continue to contribute to an edifice that will be even more solid in the coming years. I'm proud of the confidence Vincent Lavenu and the staff have in me."[/su_quote] [su_row][su_column size="1/2″][/su_column] [su_quote cite="VINCENT LAVENU "]

VINCENT LAVENU: "An important element

"Nans Peters is a pure product of our training program. We have seen him grow, evolve and progress. During the Tour de France, he gave us immense pleasure with this stage victory which validates all his qualities. It was normal to continue the adventure with him until 2023. He is part of riders important in our workforce by his spirit, his values and his winning qualities."[/su_quote]



Nans Peters was under contract until 2022. He has extended his contract for another year. He turned professional in 2017 after four seasons with Chambéry Cyclisme Formation.


First Elite World Championships

Nans Peters is one of the eight riders selected in the French team to compete in the UCI Road World Championships on Sunday in Imola. This is his first selection in the elite category. He competed at the Under 23 World Championships in 2016. Ben Gastauer and Oliver Naesen are also in the squad with Luxembourg and Belgium.